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Daily Archives: January 12, 2019

Weather gods gleam on gift beach fishing competition

Saturday, 12 Jan 2019 – Angling by Observer Reporter Pictured are some of a winners, Keith Skipper, Steve Chadwick, Haydn Cole, Franco Attanasio, Andy Young, Mark Bennett and John O’Connor one of a organisers. (Pic. Peter Kraus) Click to buy photos from a journal ➔ Printed and digital download photos available The 17th Wales Air Ambulance Open Beach Fishing Competition, …

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Conwy net anglers fear designed salmon bylaws will finish 200-year tradition

With a summer waves fading on a Conwy , a rowing vessel takes adult a executive position on a river, a 100-yard nylon net strung opposite a H2O to a shoreline. When Thomas Jones starts rowing, he follows a semi-circular trail so that a vessel creates land some 70 or 80 yards upriver. Still holding a other finish of a …

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Ancient fishing rights meant we can fish like a Welsh king

If we have ever wanted to fish like a aristocrat some ancient fishing rights are going adult for sale. Rights to fish a River Severn nearby Newport that date behind to a sixth century are entrance adult for sale during auction on Thursday. The Free Fishery of a Severn, that dates behind to a ancient Welsh kings of Glamorgan and …

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